Britain to ban vehicles powered by fossil fuels from 2030


UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to promote renewable energy to tackle two major issues. These are climate change and unemployment. His plan for a green industrial revolution envisages a ban on vehicles powered by petrol and diesel. The ban would be from 2030 and would not be total, but some hybrids would still be allowed. His plan is a 10-point one, and his critics feel the budgetary allocation is inadequate. An official explained to a section of the media that the funds earmarked would be augmented through the private sector’s involvement. The official is president of the COP26 international climate summit. Britain would host the event next year. The funds would go to create thousands of jobs. Many of these would be in northern England and Wales in renewable energy areas like nuclear energy and wind power. These could create job opportunities.

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